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We have now introduced a new method by which you can order your repeat prescriptions.This is a web based service that links to your medical record.You can also use this for your children, but all those aged 16 or over must have their own e-mail address.Those aged under 16 can be registered using a parent/household e-mail address.A registration is required for each individual person, adult or child. Please note patients who are using the Chronic Medication Service (extended prescriptions collected from the chemist) do not require this facility.
If this service isn’t suitable to you, you can continue to use the following systems:
We then send the new prescription to the chemist across the road (Mansons) and they will make it up ready for your collection. Let us know if you prefer to use another chemist and we will keep your prescription here for you to collect.
The doctors review every repeat medication for patients at least once per year. You may be contacted for review or clarification of any issues that may arise from this process.
Please allow two full working days for prescriptions to be processed and remember to take weekends and bank holidays into account.
Ken Manson has the pharmacy just across the road from us and is the only one in the village. He’s open from 8.30am to 5.45pm on weekdays and from 9am to 12.30 on Saturdays. As well as being a convenient place from which to collect your prescriptions he also offers advice and a wide range of treatments that you can buy over the counter for many medical conditions. He’s also fully trained in smoking cessation and dealing with minor ailments.
There are other chemists in Inverurie should you wish to go elsewhere.
This is a new pharmacy service, but some of you may remember registering to take part in this project some time ago. We are now able to offer patients, who are on repeat medications that rarely change, the opportunity to pick up your repeat prescription items at Kemnay Pharmacy without having to request a repeat prescription from the surgery every 2 months. We will be working closely with Kemnay Pharmacy staff to ensure that the project runs smoothly.
If you are suitable to take part in the project, we will issue you with special prescriptions which will cover treatment for 6 or 12 months at a time. The Pharmacist in Kemnay will dispense your medicines at 56 day intervals and monitor your progress during the 6 or 12 month period. If any problems arise, the Pharmacist can refer you back to us at any point during this time. If the initial six month period goes smoothly then we may extend further periods to 12 months.
Patients who are unlikely to be suitable for the scheme are those taking specific drugs which require close monitoring, patients with complex medical history and multiple medications and those who have had recent changes to medication. We are also new to using this scheme but hope to develop skills over time that may allow us to open up this service to other patients.
For more information on this service, please discuss with Kemnay Pharmacy.
Please allow 48 hours, excluding weekends and Bank Holidays, for your request to be processed. Any problems please telephone the surgery.